Winter Term Registration will begin on Monday, Oct 5th at 9:00 am ET for all students.
A virtual moment of silence for Sean McDowell, a student in the online MA in Digital Marketing and Data Analytics program who died September 8, will be held Tuesday, October 6, from 11:45-11:55 am ET.
The first ever graduating cohort in Speech@Emerson, Emerson’s online master’s degree program in speech-language pathology, recognize their historic milestone during a virtual celebration on Aug. 23, 2020.
Amid a global pandemic, School of Communication students took on a range of communication summer internships — formative experiences spent working with major league sport teams, government agencies, nonprofits, production companies, and more.
WLP Associate Professor, MFA Program Director, and Elma Lewis Distinguished Fellow Jabari Asim writes for the September issue of The New Republic that during today’s times of social unrest and a renewed call for racial justice, he is reminded of Frederick Douglass’ work and legacy in the mid-nineteenth century and its relevance today.
Jabari Asim, Writing, Literature and Publishing associate professor and Elma Lewis Distinguished Fellow, contributed to a WBUR Cognoscenti piece titled “July 4th Is Different This Year, And Also The Same. ‘Independence’ Day Is Complicated” and shared the reasons his family does not celebrate the holiday.
Professor and Chair of Performing Arts Bob Colby contributed to an article describing how colleges and universities across the country have needed to adapt their arts curriculum and get creative amidst COVID-19.
Cultural offerings from Emerson community members this Juneteenth.
Porsha Olayiwola, Poet Laureate of Boston and an MFA candidate in Creative Writing at Emerson, was one of 23 Poets Laureate across the country to be named a Fellow by the Academy of American Poets, a designation that comes with a $50,000 grant to support work in their communities.
Delaney Mandel is looking forward to getting a job in early intervention with children.